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Lev Oborin

Lev Oborin was born in Moscow in 1907. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1926 and began teaching there in 1928. Oborin became a Professor in 1935 and also toured widely, winning a number of prizes in the USSR. He was a frequent partner to violinist David Oistrakh in the sonata literature. Oborin was also a composer of note with numerous piano works to his credit. He died in 1974.

To download an English translation of Sofia Hentova's 1964 biography of Oborin, go to IPAM's Resources, Reviews and Links section.



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